Hugs for all you do for these special needs Shelties, Eva!
Maine Sheltie Rescue has a Sheltie in foster care that has experienced sudden onset paralysis on May 6. (This means he has lost the use of his back legs.) Max is a 3 year old double merle that is deaf and sight impaired. He’s having all sorts of test done right now and the rescue is working hard on fund raising to cover his expenses.
Right now he needs extensive testing, physical therapy and maybe even a wheelchair, all of which will cost rescue between $1600 and $5000, depending on his needs. Max is not available for adoption at this time, since he needs a lot of physical therapy, and may need surgery. His foster mom says he’s an absolute sweetie.
Donations to help Max would be greatly appreciated.
P.O. Box 304
Palmyra, ME 04965
Unfortunately there are plenty of Shelties waiting for loving homes this holiday season.
During this season of giving, please consider supporting a Sheltie Rescue. If you can’t adopt thats OK, rescues need your generous donations of money, supplies or your time.
You can find the rescue of your choice by googling “sheltie rescue” or visit the National Sheltie Rescue site.